National has chosen a candidate less than half the age of the outgoing Pakuranga MP.
ON THE BEAT: A dip in crime in Counties Manukau East has come about due to the public taking on board prevention messages.
Howick's Uxbridge Arts and Culture centre is imploring the Auckland Council for extra funding to keep operating.
A father and daughter are hitting southern trails raising money for medical research and treatment.
Three East Auckland youngsters have claimed spots in a national junior swim squad.
Korean seniors had a fun day out on the croquet lawns of Pakuranga.
Child Matters and Community Networks Aotearoa are holding seminars discussing child protection.
School fair aims to raise funds for projects such as a new playground for junior students.
Grand show reveals how Auckland's fashion business has evolved down the decades.
Initiative encourages neighbours to offer unwanted items to fellow residents using Neighbourly.
Rina Chae and her Street Candee crew are busting out K-Pop dance moves in East Auckland.
Smaller, healthier and happier was how Deeyana Amosa felt after completing the Stadium Stomp.
A shortage of teachers in New Zealand's largest city is continuing to cause major stress for school leaders.
Titleholders Western Magpies and six-time champs Te Aroha are the only unbeaten teams at the NZ women's club softball tournament.
Counties Manukau Police put their best foot forward in the tradition that is the Pay Parade and Awards.
Police are cautioning shoppers to be vigilant as a spate of bag snatching strikes East Auckland.
Council goes back to the classroom to hear how Howick Village should look in the decades ahead.
Women consistently working to make East Auckland a better place are acknowledged by Zonta.
Generous people dig deep for SPCA and a training programme for mobility dogs.
From the classroom to the real world, Jessica Choi is looking to cash in on her study of jewellery design.